Andhra Bank Home Loans

Andhra Bank came into existence in 1923. A renounced name in Home Loans, its businesses accounted to a total of over Rs. 68.5 thousand crores. It has over 1300 branches and 541 ATM's spread across the country. Besides the Head Office situated in Hyderabad, other major cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Noida and Pune also have Andhra Bank Branches and ATM Branches to provide complete Customer Care.


Andhra Bank Online


Any information regarding Andhra Bank Shares, Share Prices and Value, Tenders and notices and Recruitment News are also available Online on the Andhra Bank Website. Online Internet Banking solutions are available throughout the country. Net Banking is soon becoming a trend and most of the modern day Indian banks like Andhra Bank are developing their resources on this front to provide best services to the customers.


Andhra Bank Products


The banking solutions by Andhra Bank India touch:


  • Retail Loans: Home Loans, Car Loans, Educational loans and Personal Loans

  • Deposit Schemes: Fixed Deposits, Savings and Current Accounts

  • Agricultural Loans

  • Corporate Banking

  • NRI Banking


The Andhra Bank employees are trained to provide complete and accurate information about all Banking Services to their customers. Any queries regarding Account opening, ATM Cards, Fixed Deposit Rates, Interest Rates, Loans, Branch Locations, etc, are fully entertained. Andhra Bank also provides special facilities like Health Insurance, discounted Housing Loans, Education Loan and Mutual Funds to its customers.


Some of the attractions for potential customers and special services for the existing customers include:


  • Multi City Cheque Facility

  • Instant Funds Transfer

  • ATM Services

  • Any Branch Banking (ABB)

  • National Electronic Funds Transfer

  • Online Tax-Accounting System (OLTS)

  • Electronic Clearing Service (ECS)


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